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Alzheimer’s WA 2022 Tax Appeal

Dementia continues to be the number 1 cause of death for women in Australia, and the second leading cause of death for men. Such a confronting statistic only strengthens our resolve when it comes to delivering the services we do…
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COVID-19 Update & FAQ’s – 10th May 2022

Dear Clients, Carers and Family Members, At Alzheimer’s WA, the well-being and safety of our clients, staff and volunteers is our immediate priority and we wish to reassure you that we are well prepared for COVID-19. Partnering with the Department of Health,…
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This week is Carers Week

This week is National Carers Week. Alzheimer’s WA would like to recognise the contribution that 2.65 million carers undertake every day in Australia. This year’s theme is “Millions of reasons to Care” which aims to bring attention to the millions…
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COVID-19 Update 05/07/2021

We have just completed an important week in our State’s health and I wanted to thank all our frontline staff, our home care support workers, our house staff and all our employees for managing this weeks’ lockdown so efficiently with…
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COVID-19 Update 28/06/2021

The WA Premier has just completed an urgent media conference and the Perth and Peel regions are now in a 4-day full lockdown from midnight tonight – Tuesday 29 June 2021 until 12.01am Saturday, 3 July, 2021. Masks are mandatory…
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COVID-19 Update

Following a community case of COVID-19 being detected overnight in WA, effective from 12pm today, restrictions have been introduced for the Perth and Peel regions for a minimum of three days. This is an evolving situation.   Please note the…
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The Elderly Should Be Our Priority

Featured in The Sunday Times Warren’s letter to the editor is in full below: Your Feb 28, 2021 article Aged-care abuse “secret” for month, calls out the absurdity that Priority Two incidents of low impact elder abuse in nursing homes…
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Age in Place and with Dignity

Access to the community for older people should play a pivotal role in town planning and reflect aged friendly and dementia enabling design principles. Adjunct Professor Warren Harding, Chairman of Alzheimer’s WA says “Aging in place, with dignity, is a…
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